Elisa Barber is a 2010 graduate of the massage therapy program at Health Works Institute, and she has pursued advanced training in ethics and Orthobionomy. Elisa maintains a private massage therapy practice in Bozeman. Elisa teaches Sports Massage, and she is a Teaching Assistant for Swedish Massage, Body Awareness and Student Clinic in the massage therapy program.
Leslie DaSilva holds a Master of Science Degree in Acupuncture from Northwestern Health Sciences University in Minneapolis, Minnesota. She maintains a private practice in acupuncture in Bozeman. Leslie teaches one course in the Massage Therapy Program: Asian Medical Theory and the Practice of Asian Bodywork.
Lou Walters, ND is a naturopathic physician at The Source Wellness Center in Bozeman. He received his Bachelor of Science Degree in biology from Albright College in Reading, Pennsylvania and his medical training from the National College of Natural Medicine in Portland, Oregon. He is certified in Applied Kinesiology and has received advanced training in homeopathy and biotherapeutic drainage. Dr. Lou teaches Physiology/ Pathology and Nutrition in the massage therapy program.
Tricia Langaker graduated from the Massage Therapy Program at Health Works Institute in 2006, and she maintains a private practice in Bozeman. Tricia is a Teaching Assistant in the Massage Therapy Program.
Leah Robinson holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Spanish from Montana State University, and she graduated from the massage therapy program at Health Works Institute in 2009. Leah practices massage therapy at Spa Ridge in Bozeman and Ozssage Therapeutic Spa in Big Sky. Leah teaches Myofascial Release in the massage therapy program.
Sarah Tucker holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Cell Biology and Neuroscience from Montana State University. She has served as Teaching Assistant in Physiology, Anatomy Lab and Neuroanatomy, and she is a teacher of the Advanced Appendicular Human Dissection at MSU.
Amanda Martin attended Metropolitan State College of Denver, where she enjoyed courses in communication and theater. She is a graduate of Health Works Institute’s Esthetics and Massage Therapy Programs, and she maintains a private practice in massage therapy and esthetics in Bozeman. Amanda teaches two courses in the Massage Therapy Program: Client Assessment and Technique Integration; and Swedish Massage.
Erin Clark holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Applied Psychology from Montana State University, and she anticipates receiving a Master’s Degree in Social Work from Walla Walla Graduate School of Social Work in March, 2016. She provides individual and group therapy, and she has served as a crisis intervention worker and a teacher of skills for emotional regulation, self-awareness, communication skills and mindfulness. Erin is an instructor of the Personal Development course in the Massage Therapy Program.